Town Municipal Offices re-opened to the public on May 14. Our regular office hours are 8:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.(closed during lunch hour), Monday to Friday. Please make sure you use the hand sanitizer on the wall to your right upon entering the office and to stay behind the tape on the floor to ensure proper social distancing measures are being followed.
If you are wanting to pay a bill, we encourage you to pay online through your bank or sign up for automatic withdrawal for your utilities and tax payments.
If you haven’t already signed up for e-billing, please provide us with your email address and we will email out your utility bill or tax notices instead of a paper copy.
If you need to meet with one of our staff members, please call ahead and schedule a time to meet.
We would like to thank everyone for their patience and understanding during this difficult time.
May 5 Meeting Highlights
COVID-19: Director of Emergency Management Ken Steed led discussion with council on the provincial COVID-19 Relaunch Strategy.
Aquatic Centre and Heritage Days: Considering COVID-19 precautions, council has approved the closure of the Aquatic Centre for the entire 2020 season, as well as a modified Heritage Days schedule. The Town is currently researching what can be done to celebrate Heritage Days while respecting the provincial COVID-19 social distancing guidelines.
Bylaws: Council passed first reading of Bylaws 1086-20 Tax Rate, 1087-20 Subdivision and Development Authority, and 1090-20 Regional Assessment Review Board.
Economic Development: Council reviewed economic development strategies and initiatives, including wayfinding signage, parklets and a drive-in movie event.
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